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Company was convicted on two safety violations, but Court of Appeal agreed proof was needed that company didn’t take all reasonable steps to protect deceased worker
Some level of danger is part of the job for correctional officers, but staffing control post full-time was reasonable safety measure: Tribunal
Employer denied cost relief for worker’s loss-of-earnings benefits during recovery in absence of evidence linking knee injury to earlier accident
Worker continued to experience pain from shoulder and arm injury, but had already received benefits for that; ongoing pain from CTS, migraines not compensable
Worker was told by supervisor to resign rather than seek benefits or accommodation